Boston at night, woo. Ally and Matthew Perry sit at a bar. She calls JBJ on her cell phone -- no answer. "He's a baby," she says. Matthew Perry says he thinks she sabotaged the relationship. Ally denies it. He says he's "only heard [her] version and [he's] taking [JBJ's] side." They look at each other unblinkingly. Oh my god, someone have sex, for god's sake. Ally says JBJ "just goes with it." Matthew Perry says, "Bastard." We see a clip of Larry saying, "Bastard." Ally is all, wuh? See, Matthew Perry stirred up all these feelings about Larry, and JBJ is so totally not Larry. So maybe JBJ was the rebound guy, setting up Matthew Perry to be next in line? Ally smiles, all, later, Matthew Perry. No sex for you either.
John is dressing in his mariachi suit. Miss Bump walks in, and says he's a legend, and that it was an honor doing battle with him. And why is he going back to the Mexican restaurant when he clearly loves litigating? He says there's a whole other world out there, and he asks her to "sample it." She says it's a big office for him to walk away from. He turns, cocks his head, and says he's looking to sublet. Did she ever think about joining a law firm? Oh, wow, would Christina Ricci really join the cast? Are movie scripts really that bad nowadays? She says she "hate[s] people." I hear you. I mostly hate DEK, meself. She says she'd only want to join the firm to learn from him, and that if he's not going to be there...he dons his hat, and says he'll be back.
Ally walks in her front door to see JBJ on her couch, reading the paper. This new sitter got appendicitis, and had to split for the hospital. Maddie "couldn't get through to" Ally, so she called JBJ. He stands to leave, saying he'll send her a bill. Ally starts rambling about Larry. He got her, see, because he was neurotic, too. Everything meshed. And that guy, Matthew Perry? Reminded her of Larry. So she had a beer with Matthew Perry, and realized that JBJ isn't Larry. And, that she doesn't want to be with a man who's just like her. She wants JBJ. She doesn't know if it's meant to last, or anything at all, but she knows she wants him. He says he'd agree with her, but doesn't know if it'll set her off. She says she can screw up anything. They kiss, clumsily. Ew. Now I don't want to see them do it.
The bar. Dame Edna and her sweet Jerome sing an old Cole Porter song. Everyone watches. Nelle chokes on her martini when Corretta says she heard John offered Miss Bump a job.
Montage: Miss Bump moves a file box into John's office, puts her feet up on the desk, and looks around, satisfied.